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are there other departments that point to share your parts in special events that planning? any questions for our chiefs? yes >> i want to commend the chief for the work it looks great it looks responsive and they had a great plan and what happened to boston i think the public will be safer as a result. >> thank you. i agree. next on our agenda is the update and michelle is the project manager will be presenting. >> thank you.
of the disaster i'll talk loud. i'm here to talk about the e message project it's a very important project but i'm here on behalf of all the emergency department. we've been meeting since december and there's a lot of departments in this room that have been support this effort thank you to all of you. like as mentioned earlier our mega hertz system is -- why can't we pick up the cell phone it's a different type of item you can push to connect totally different from the technology
you get from our cell phone. we have over 7 thousand users on the network on the radio system it's heavily utilized. it needs to be replaced and we're undergoing the initiative now. the system was put in place in 2007. we put together some initiative estimates and we do estimate this is a large project between 65 and 69 million to put the system in place.
and this includes the radios it's actually most of the of this cost. so what we've done is with this project we've followed the same plan that you use when you major capital development plans in the city and we've asked for the planning money first. as recent as may second point approved planning for the project it was about 8.1 million that will staff two positions in the department of emergency and in the department of technology. we'll have a consultant come on board to behind us with the streaming .
for example, the communications income tax is being put together and the consultant is looking at the public service department can take advantage of this service as well. we're going to start the hiring process as well as start the r s p service to get the consultant on board. so far as the schedule the vendor has given us a schedule will be about the 2018 timeframe. so we're going in the early planning stages it's going to be about a 5 year roll out and
we'll be back in front of this group and in front of the board of supervisors to keep everyone updated. that's all i have for this. any questions contact me and, of course, our fearless leader. >> thank you very much michelle i appreciate our presentation. are there any questions? as the mayor said in emphasis opening remarks we're going to be moving forward he even asked me to instruct staff to begin an rfp process for the consultant before the end of the year start it now so we can jump in july one >> i'm sorry, i want to thank
the department for doing this. this is huge for us remember last year with the 49ers won the story was huge but cell phones were down radios went down but our counter radio station does have limitations. they can't believe that the range they have in the range and they have ever confidence ourselves will be better like the holy grail. the first thing that goes down is telecom >> and i want to echo the importance of this. i, you know, for our members to keep them as safe as possible
so again that's may 15 that's next wednesday and we're looking forward to seeing you folks there. any questions? >> thank you jill any questions? we look forward to it and i know we'll see many of you. we're going to give ail m r e's instead of hotdogs. if there's no questions we'll move on 80 and go to our administrator. thank you >> good afternoon, everyone the lifeline council is made up of any of our department heads that are critical to restoring san francisco after an emergency and
also allow our utility agrees to get our telecommunications back up and running our water and sewer. our objectives are to improve the planning and restoration and he establish collaborations and recovery following a major disaster. we've got a huge independent study and we talked about our tangible story where we collectively worked with pg&e additional solving one our of of
their issues and supporting one of their transmission project to help improve liability and particularly in the downtown area. most recently, the lifetime policy we're asking what topic would be most urls to observe agencies and we've prioritized those routes and how well, the crews get around the city to fix whatever they need to fix. we also established another working group called the cell activity and mobile cell sites and lastly we are going to do an
independency table site where we can all identify areas that need additional planning. i want to thank patrick and the earthquake and safety group who is chairing that. and thank you rob for helping us. in addition it is talking about just our different and working to work with the different private utilities and private utilities. we're trying to shire the information in our environment not so much as you protecting our information just for safety and security reasons we don't want to put a map up so folks
what figure out where our assets are. we're working with the city attorney and how to protect our assets to share information without sharing our information in a worldwide way. and we're talking with pg&e after the boston event and we'll get together with our departments. but also working with pg&e their starting to work with us on unveiling there 2 million up grates infrastructure and so in a nutshell our group and this is what the lifeline council looks at to make sure we're protected
from may i approach terrorist attacks so we don't have a neighbor's like in new orleans not up and running quickly. so the more resilient our lifelines are the quickly we will be operational >> any questions for naomi? >> thank you for your good work. in the the time for councilmembers if you have something to share upcoming events this is our round table >> i'm representing the building and management owners and both of your high-rise
building - we've had a long-standing relationship with the fret and we're going to do a high-rise safety drill in july. so it's going to be a full on exercise at the post montgomery center so thank you to make sure that all your high-rises in san francisco are safe >> excellent thank you. >> so in this budget in the upcoming budget season there's been to up grating in the the - we've got adequate fund to build the data center around sacramento that will first house
the security systems and it's something we want. and secondly it would be dark in a disaster for our buildings so we've been funded to secure generates to be permanent to maintain buildings in those 2-e ocs i'm happy about that >> good work. i was going to mention that the dp m has partnered to put on a one-day disaster conference on july 23rd. the invitations went out this week seating is limited.
it is completely accessible. you can see how excited people are for this playground. it is very special. >> on opening day in the brand- new helen diller playground at north park, children can be seen swinging, gliding, swinging, exploring, digging, hanging, jumping, and even making drumming sounds. this major renovation was possible with the generous donation of more than $1.5 million from the mercer fund in honor of san francisco bay area philanthropist helen diller. together with the clean and safe neighborhood parks fund and the city's general fund. >> 4. 3. 2. 1. [applause] >> the playground is broken into three general areas. one for the preschool set, another for older children, and a sand area designed for kids of
all ages. unlike the old playground, the new one is accessible to people with disabilities. this brand-new playground has several unique and exciting features. two slides, including one 45- foot super slide with an elevation change of nearly 30 feet. climbing ropes and walls, including one made of granite. 88 suspension bridge. recycling, traditional swing, plus a therapeutics win for children with disabilities, and even a sand garden with chines and drums. >> it is a visionary $3.5 million world class playground in the heart of san francisco. this is just really a big, community win and a celebration for us all. >> to learn more about the helen diller playground in dolores park, go to sfrecpark.org.
test, test, test, test, test, test, test, test >> like to welcome everyone to a special joint hearing of the recreation and park commission. like to make the audience know that we don't allow any sdurpgs at any time. when you speak before the commissioners state your name for the record. (calling names) >> and now for the recreation
and park commission (calling names) >> please note that the joint commissions will hold one here we go for the pickup public to hold testimony. following the hearing we will adopt the finding under the california act. we will have the union square park issue. we will consider the action and the recreation and park commission will consider making a recommendation of the adverse shadow on union square park. we will adjourn and the planning
commission b will remain in session and separately consider others actions. that places us under the following issues for the consideration of the adoption of the california quality action and possibly joint action by reeshg and park commission to raise the shadow limit for union square and discussion and possible action to recommend to the planning commission that the net shadow casts b will not be adverse to the park as code section 295. >> good morning. i'm with the
planning staff that you before i get into my presentation i have my colleague here who will make a few opening remarks. thank you >> good morning commissioners i'm the director the office of the community investment and a infrastructure. we're the successor agency as you know the governor discovered the agency. and we are charged with mrementd the issues. we have the hunters shift yard and the district bay. and mission bay as well as other
conceptual gligs plaintiff's we're stewards of the assets of the city. as part of the overall context the area plan was adopted redevelopment area plan in 1966. that really he expired in 2011. the community based process were to create a mixed use you culture development for the city that's moscone this exists today was facilitated and partnership with the city. affordable housing as well as mixed use how's 3 thousand units are see create for the seniors
in those 80 plus acres. and importantly the investment of the culture facilities for the san franciscans. in total in partnership are the city involvement in the area we have $200 million in those central blocks that includes the museum of african-american and the children's creativity museum, the public benefits of the skate ring and the gardens itself is a culture jewel. as part of that context it was envisioned on myths street there would be a facility for the mexican museum.
in 1993 that he entered into all the time and through a long process of 20 years moving forward to 2008 as well as 2010 we in partnership with the mexican museum entered into an exclusive negotiation agreement for the investment 6 a mixed use project on that site that includes the arson building and the mexico museum and other facilities. that 2010 exclusive negotiation agreement with ma limb provided for the exchange of the conveyance of the parking garage
facilities and all that is $40 million. in canal with our contribution where millennium would have a mixed project of 1 hundred and 90 units dedicated public parking spaces and importantly as a importantly of this fundamental donation of the package affordable housing facilities we negotiated as part of that millennium d n a a housing project. based on today before you 1 hundred and 90 units 20 percent plus